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Investor Steve Jurvetson Talks About the Allegations That Derailed His Career

Venture capitalist Steve Jurvetson is back on the investment scene with a new fund, more than a year after he was hit with allegations that he mistreated women and left the firm he co-founded.
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Investor Steve Jurvetson Talks About the Allegations That Derailed His Career

Venture capitalist Steve Jurvetson is back on the investment scene with a new fund, more than a year after he was hit with allegations that he mistreated women and left the firm he co-founded.

Uber Sales Growth Slows Further as IPO Nears

Uber Technologies, as it steers toward a planned IPO later this year, reported its slowest sales growth since the company began disclosing detailed financials two years ago.
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Uber Sales Growth Slows Further as IPO Nears

Uber Technologies, as it steers toward a planned IPO later this year, reported its slowest sales growth since the company began disclosing detailed financials two years ago.

Amazon's Pivot Raises Scrutiny of Incentive Deals

The collapse of Amazon’s plan to build a second headquarters in New York City has the potential to damp some states’ willingness to offer tax breaks.
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Amazon's Pivot Raises Scrutiny of Incentive Deals

The collapse of Amazon’s plan to build a second headquarters in New York City has the potential to damp some states’ willingness to offer tax breaks.

Amazon to New York: It's Not Me, It's You

The tech giant decided to cancel its plans for another headquarters in New York City after the locals showed it very little love. Amazon’s case offers states and cities across the U.S. a valuable lesson: If you hope to lure new businesses, make sure the peo
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Amazon to New York: It's Not Me, It's You

The tech giant decided to cancel its plans for another headquarters in New York City after the locals showed it very little love. Amazon’s case offers states and cities across the U.S. a valuable lesson: If you hope to lure new businesses, make sure the people who live there are willing to embrace a firm.

Why Amazon's New York U-Turn Is Good for America's Tech Economy

Amazon.com’s abandoned plans for a New York City headquarters may have prompted mixed reactions in the Big Apple, but for the rest of the country, it’s good news.
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Why Amazon's New York U-Turn Is Good for America's Tech Economy

Amazon.com’s abandoned plans for a New York City headquarters may have prompted mixed reactions in the Big Apple, but for the rest of the country, it’s good news.

NASA Calls It Quits for Opportunity Mars Rover After 15-Year Mission

NASA engineers are hanging up on the agency’s Opportunity Mars rover after 835 unanswered wake-up calls, following 15 years on the red planet.
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NASA Calls It Quits for Opportunity Mars Rover After 15-Year Mission

NASA engineers are hanging up on the agency’s Opportunity Mars rover after 835 unanswered wake-up calls, following 15 years on the red planet.

U.S. Push Against Huawei Gear Hits Obstacle: Carriers Love It

Washington’s campaign to get some of its closest European allies to give up telecommunications gear made by Chinese companies has been a tough sell.
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U.S. Push Against Huawei Gear Hits Obstacle: Carriers Love It

Washington’s campaign to get some of its closest European allies to give up telecommunications gear made by Chinese companies has been a tough sell.

World's Tax Collectors Look to Divvy Up Tech Giants' Billions

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development is seeking public input on proposals to determine where the profits of digital companies such as Facebook should be allocated, and who gets to tax them.
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World's Tax Collectors Look to Divvy Up Tech Giants' Billions

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development is seeking public input on proposals to determine where the profits of digital companies such as Facebook should be allocated, and who gets to tax them.

China Seeks to Woo U.S. With Promise of Big Chip Purchases

China is counting on promises of big purchases of semiconductors and other U.S. goods to ease trade tensions and persuade President Trump to extend a tariff truce and later resolve the market-rattling dispute directly with Chinese leader Xi Jinping.
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China Seeks to Woo U.S. With Promise of Big Chip Purchases

China is counting on promises of big purchases of semiconductors and other U.S. goods to ease trade tensions and persuade President Trump to extend a tariff truce and later resolve the market-rattling dispute directly with Chinese leader Xi Jinping.

Amazon Cancels HQ2 Plans in New York City

Amazon is abandoning plans for a headquarters in New York City after facing resistance from some local politicians who objected to giving the company billions of dollars in tax incentives.
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Amazon Cancels HQ2 Plans in New York City

Amazon is abandoning plans for a headquarters in New York City after facing resistance from some local politicians who objected to giving the company billions of dollars in tax incentives.

Your Company Wants to Know if You've Lost Weight

As more employers launch high-tech wellness programs that keep tabs on workers’ exercise, sleep and nutrition, employees worry about privacy and the consequences of opting out.
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Your Company Wants to Know if You've Lost Weight

As more employers launch high-tech wellness programs that keep tabs on workers’ exercise, sleep and nutrition, employees worry about privacy and the consequences of opting out.

SoftBank Invests $940 Million in Nuro for Driverless Deliveries

SoftBank is investing nearly $1 billion in a robotic-delivery vehicle startup, a hefty injection of capital that could help accelerate the race to put driverless vehicles on the road.
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SoftBank Invests $940 Million in Nuro for Driverless Deliveries

SoftBank is investing nearly $1 billion in a robotic-delivery vehicle startup, a hefty injection of capital that could help accelerate the race to put driverless vehicles on the road.

New Rules Could Ease Patients' Access to Health Records

The Trump administration is proposing steps aimed at improving patients’ access to their own health data, bolstering efforts to bring information including insurance claims, hospital and doctor records to digital devices such as smartphones.
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New Rules Could Ease Patients' Access to Health Records

The Trump administration is proposing steps aimed at improving patients’ access to their own health data, bolstering efforts to bring information including insurance claims, hospital and doctor records to digital devices such as smartphones.

Former Amazon Executive Emerges as Foe of Jeff Bezos

Jon Fine, the National Enquirer attorney at the center of what Jeff Bezos is calling a blackmail attempt, used to have a much different relationship with the Amazon founder. For nine years, Mr. Bezos was his boss.
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Former Amazon Executive Emerges as Foe of Jeff Bezos

Jon Fine, the National Enquirer attorney at the center of what Jeff Bezos is calling a blackmail attempt, used to have a much different relationship with the Amazon founder. For nine years, Mr. Bezos was his boss.

Trump Seeks to Boost AI as Chinese Competition Grows

President Trump is expected to sign an executive order Monday aimed at boosting U.S. development of artificial intelligence—and at blunting China’s momentum in the field.
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Trump Seeks to Boost AI as Chinese Competition Grows

President Trump is expected to sign an executive order Monday aimed at boosting U.S. development of artificial intelligence—and at blunting China’s momentum in the field.

Jeff Bezos's Journey From Private Family Man to Tabloid Sensation

The Amazon CEO cultivated a persona of the billionaire who did dishes, until his company moved into Hollywood. There, he took on the trappings of a very different lifestyle, where people and events are much harder to control.
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Jeff Bezos's Journey From Private Family Man to Tabloid Sensation

The Amazon CEO cultivated a persona of the billionaire who did dishes, until his company moved into Hollywood. There, he took on the trappings of a very different lifestyle, where people and events are much harder to control.

Spotify Signals Ambition With Purchase of Podcasting Firms

Spotify, the world’s biggest music-streaming company, is buying a pair of podcasting firms, accelerating its investment in nonmusic content as it seeks to broaden its appeal and snap up share of listening time from radio.
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Spotify Signals Ambition With Purchase of Podcasting Firms

Spotify, the world’s biggest music-streaming company, is buying a pair of podcasting firms, accelerating its investment in nonmusic content as it seeks to broaden its appeal and snap up share of listening time from radio.

A Common Foe as Videogame Stocks Stumble: 'Fortnite'

Videogame stocks tumbled after two of the industry’s biggest publishers showed how difficult it is to escape the long shadow of “Fortnite.”
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A Common Foe as Videogame Stocks Stumble: 'Fortnite'

Videogame stocks tumbled after two of the industry’s biggest publishers showed how difficult it is to escape the long shadow of “Fortnite.”

Spending by SoftBank Vision Fund Raises Need for More Cash

SoftBank has spent at least half of its nearly $100 billion Vision Fund in less than two years, increasing the pressure to raise more money if the world’s biggest tech investor wants to maintain that pace.
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Spending by SoftBank Vision Fund Raises Need for More Cash

SoftBank has spent at least half of its nearly $100 billion Vision Fund in less than two years, increasing the pressure to raise more money if the world’s biggest tech investor wants to maintain that pace.

Trump Preparing Plan to Boost AI, 5G Technology

President Trump is preparing to ramp up the government’s role in promoting next-generation technologies such as 5G wireless and artificial intelligence, two key areas of competition with China.
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Trump Preparing Plan to Boost AI, 5G Technology

President Trump is preparing to ramp up the government’s role in promoting next-generation technologies such as 5G wireless and artificial intelligence, two key areas of competition with China.

This Video-Chat App Wants to Be More Like Fortnite, Less Like Facebook

The video-chat app Houseparty has built a core audience among fickle teenagers. Now it must demonstrate that its business model can produce financial results as well.
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This Video-Chat App Wants to Be More Like Fortnite, Less Like Facebook

The video-chat app Houseparty has built a core audience among fickle teenagers. Now it must demonstrate that its business model can produce financial results as well.

Gun Safety Devices Get Caught in Online Advertising Bans

As more Americans keep loaded guns in their homes, efforts to sell them new kinds of safety locks are getting stuck by policies intended to block ads for firearms online.
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Gun Safety Devices Get Caught in Online Advertising Bans

As more Americans keep loaded guns in their homes, efforts to sell them new kinds of safety locks are getting stuck by policies intended to block ads for firearms online.

Electronic Arts Ran Into a Wall in Holiday Quarter

Shares of Electronic Arts tumbled more than 17% after the videogame maker swung to a profit but reported revenue for the holiday quarter shy of its already reduced forecast.
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Electronic Arts Ran Into a Wall in Holiday Quarter

Shares of Electronic Arts tumbled more than 17% after the videogame maker swung to a profit but reported revenue for the holiday quarter shy of its already reduced forecast.

Snap's Revenue Jumps, Loss Narrows

Snap posted record revenue in its latest quarter and narrowed its loss considerably, as the social-media firm rode a boom in online advertising to inch closer to profitability.
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Snap's Revenue Jumps, Loss Narrows

Snap posted record revenue in its latest quarter and narrowed its loss considerably, as the social-media firm rode a boom in online advertising to inch closer to profitability.

Apple Retail Chief Angela Ahrendts Leaving Company

Apple said its head of retail, Angela Ahrendts, is leaving the company in April after joining the tech giant in 2014 from Burberry. She will be succeeded by Vice President of People Deirdre O’Brien.
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Apple Retail Chief Angela Ahrendts Leaving Company

Apple said its head of retail, Angela Ahrendts, is leaving the company in April after joining the tech giant in 2014 from Burberry. She will be succeeded by Vice President of People Deirdre O’Brien.

Facebook, Twitter Remove Accounts to Combat Foreign Misinformation

Facebook and Twitter said they removed hundreds of fake accounts from Iran and Venezuela spreading misinformation on their social-media platforms.
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Facebook, Twitter Remove Accounts to Combat Foreign Misinformation

Facebook and Twitter said they removed hundreds of fake accounts from Iran and Venezuela spreading misinformation on their social-media platforms.

Elon Musk's Surprise Pick for Tesla CFO Is a Relative Unknown

Tesla’s latest C-suite shake-up will thrust a 34-year-old relative unknown, Zach Kirkhorn, into the spotlight as financial chief of one of the most heavily scrutinized Silicon Valley companies.
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Elon Musk's Surprise Pick for Tesla CFO Is a Relative Unknown

Tesla’s latest C-suite shake-up will thrust a 34-year-old relative unknown, Zach Kirkhorn, into the spotlight as financial chief of one of the most heavily scrutinized Silicon Valley companies.

Intel's CEO Search Ends Where It Began: With the CFO

Intel named as its new CEO Bob Swan, the finance chief who was acting CEO, at a time when demand for its once-hot data-center chips is cooling.
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Intel's CEO Search Ends Where It Began: With the CFO

Intel named as its new CEO Bob Swan, the finance chief who was acting CEO, at a time when demand for its once-hot data-center chips is cooling.

Apple Exerts Power as Privacy Protector

Apple is flexing its power as a self-appointed privacy protector, punishing Google and Facebook over violations of its developer policies governing personal data in moves that harden battle lines over one of the technology industry’s most sensitive issues.
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Apple Exerts Power as Privacy Protector

Apple is flexing its power as a self-appointed privacy protector, punishing Google and Facebook over violations of its developer policies governing personal data in moves that harden battle lines over one of the technology industry’s most sensitive issues.

Amazon Reports Third Record Profit in a Row

Amazon.com capitalized on a strong holiday season and its high-margin businesses in its latest quarter, but India and increased spending loom as challenges to future results.
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Amazon Reports Third Record Profit in a Row

Amazon.com capitalized on a strong holiday season and its high-margin businesses in its latest quarter, but India and increased spending loom as challenges to future results.

Facebook Opens New Fronts to Combat Political Interference

Facebook is planning a dedicated effort to fend off interference in the European Union’s parliamentary election campaign this spring, part of a broader effort to defend against political interference.
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Facebook Opens New Fronts to Combat Political Interference

Facebook is planning a dedicated effort to fend off interference in the European Union’s parliamentary election campaign this spring, part of a broader effort to defend against political interference.